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- n. The bluefish.
- n. The pollock.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. See bluefish, and pollock.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The coalfish or pollack.
- n. The bluefish, Temnodon saltator or Pomatomus saltatrix.
- n. Girella nigricans, a fish of the family Kyphosidæ, abundant in rocky places from Monterey bay, California, south to Cape San Lucas.
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There "greenfish" is applied to the bluefish, of which there were and are at times plenty in the
The term "greenfish" is unknown among Virginia Tidewater fishermen.
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